Sunday, September 4, 2011


Judaica or Jewish Art pertains to objects associated with Jewish customs or rituals. The objects may be created by Jewish or non-Jewish artists. The term is sometimes used to include secular objects by Jewish artists. Also, some themes are not exclusively Jewish themes. One example of a nonexclusive theme is art based on the ten commandments. The images used for the banner of this blog came from the paintings of Sam Grodensky (1894-1974) which may be viewed at:

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